already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
My name is Acaida and I am a funny, loving, energetic lady of 10 or so but you'd never guess it to meet me! Sure I have my lumps and bumps, but my foster family says that I am still just beautiful. I may also have a little extra padding to work off but with each pound lost my spirit gets stronger and my pep gets peppier. My foster family has taken me hiking for up to 5 miles and I have trucked on through like I was just a young thing. I am working on leash manners (this is new for me) and I am getting better every day but sometimes I forget myself and pull like a tank. Once I learned that cats are friends I have stopped chasing or even being interested in them. What I want you to keep in mind is that I am trying really hard to be a good dog and always want to do the right thing. I cant wait for you to take me into your heart and home!
Home at Last is a private, non-profit humane society located in The Dalles, Oregon in the beautiful Columbia River Gorge. Our Mission is to end pet overpopulation in the Mid-Columbia region through: ¨ Spay/Neuter ¨ Providing healthy, safe and loving homes for dogs and cats ¨ Promoting positive relationships between people and their pets through outreach and education.
Come Meet Our Pets...
At our shelter, or every Saturday at Petco in The Dalles for our adoption days!
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption contracts can be submitted online.
Our animals receive a general health assessment, vaccinations, de-worming, rabies, spay or neuter, flea treatment and tags. Plus they come home with a new pet packet, vet exam free, grooming certificate, pet insurance plan and food coupons.
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